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What age did your baby start teething

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Poolbirthx2 Sun 03-Aug-14 22:18:13

My 11 week old ds has been so grumpy the last couple of days, has been dribbling loads and chewing his hands! Just wondered if he could possibly be teething or is he too young


HygieneFreak Sun 03-Aug-14 22:19:12

Sounds like teething!

I think my dd started teething around 2-3 months

LittleBipper Sun 03-Aug-14 22:20:54

Someone told me that teeth can cause pain even if they're not imminently going to erupt

westcountrywoman Sun 03-Aug-14 22:34:04

DD got her first tooth at 4 months. Teeth often cause pain as they move down through the gums. It can be several weeks before they erupt.

neversleepagain Sun 03-Aug-14 22:34:51

Around 4 months, teeth arrived at 9 months

stargirl1701 Sun 03-Aug-14 22:35:38

12 weeks. No teeth for another 3 months though...

ChangeIsNear Sun 03-Aug-14 22:47:52

7 months

Countryside14 Sun 03-Aug-14 22:49:29

My baby is 16 weeks and been chewing hands, dribbling and sucking bottom lip for about 4 weeks now. No teeth yet but I think that's what it is and not hunger.

tmae Sun 03-Aug-14 23:36:01

We could see teeth under his gum at 10 weeks and they popped through at 4 months.

springbabydays Sun 03-Aug-14 23:54:18

The pain started at 3 months but we didn't see actual teeth until 6 months later! Poor babies.

moomin35 Mon 04-Aug-14 15:08:39

Is 7 weeks too early to teeth? I've been wondering if my Baby is doing this?

WineSpider Mon 04-Aug-14 15:12:38

Ha, I've been blaming teeth for months but she's now 9 and a half months and still nothing!

BabyStone Mon 04-Aug-14 15:29:11

The dribbling, chewing hands started around 12 weeks (I could see teeth under the gum before this) for tooth came through about 16 weeks, the next day, the tooth next to it came through as well

BeyoncesCat Mon 04-Aug-14 15:30:38

4 four months but they didn't come through till 7 months.

Poolbirthx2 Mon 04-Aug-14 16:46:22

Thank you for your replies. I had a feel today and I am sure I can feel his gums cutting through.

Its good to know they can actually be teething this early and im not going mad imagining it lol x

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